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Dear HSBC Bank Member ,

HSBC Bank


 

 
Scam Report
Date Reported: 17th August 2010 Whats this? Risk Level: MEDIUM-HIGH Whats this?
 
Details
 
Email Subject:
 Dear HSBC Bank Member ,
Apparent Sender:
 HSBC Bank  Whats this?
Return Address:
 Not found Whats this?
Email Format:  HTML Whats this?
 
URL of Web Content:
 http://mail.aaclark.co.uk/.ahsbc.html
  Whats this?
Anchor text of URLs:
 1) http://www.hsbc.co.uk/personal/banking/1/2 Whats this?
Location:
 Location not available Whats this?
 
Scam number:
 12067-164959-423877
 
Comments:
  • Email asks you to confirm/update/verify your account data at HSBC Bank by visiting the given link. You will be taken to a spoof website where your details will be captured for the phishers.


  • HSBC Bank never send their users emails requesting personal details in this way.


  • The anchor text appears as a legitimate URL, but don't be fooled - clicking on it will take you to a phishing site!


     
Content
 
 


DEAR HSBC MEMBER ,

OUR SECURITY DEPARTAMENT HAD NOTICED AN
ILLEGAL MONEY TRANSFER FROM your HSBC
internet banking account .

We advice you to log in to your internet
banking account using the link below to
notify
us if you made this money transfer from your
account , failure to do so may result to
illegal
withdrawal from your internet banking
account .

Click the HSBC Online Banking login link
below to report this possible
forgery , and so to ...



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